Basic Instrumentation Grant Program (BIG): $25,000 to $250,000
The iNSiGHT is a fully shielded DXA (DEXA, dual energy x-ray absorptiometry) system, designed specifically for use on preclinical small animal models such as mice and rats. The DXA technology provides quantification of body composition, such as bone mineral density (BMD), and measures of lean and fat mass.
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Laser Speckle Imager
RFLSI III is based on the LSCI (Laser Speckle Contrast Imaging) technology design. With the advantages of its non-contact, high time resolution, high spatial resolution, and full-field rapid imaging, it provides a real-time dynamic blood flow monitoring and recording method for research in life sciences.
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Having the ability to monitor cell culture over an extended period of time, offers insight into cell dynamics and function. Live cell imaging microscopes open up exciting and unique avenues, to analyze cell viability, health, migration, and even responses to external factors.
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Blood Flow Velocity
The Indus Doppler Flow Velocity system is used to noninvasively evaluate cardiovascular physiology and function primarily in anesthetized mice and rats. Investigators can serially follow changes that occur due to aging, disease progression, remodeling and the effects of surgical or pharmacological interventions.
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The Newton 7.0 is an innovative optical bioluminescence, fluorescence, and 3D tomographic imaging system designed with the user in mind.
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The Prospect T1 is a cost effective high-frequency preclinical ultrasound system for mice, rats and other small animals,
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The TriTom platform is based on Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) technology that provides unparalleled capabilities for whole body imaging and in vivo characterization of small animal models.
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Shared Instrumentation Grant Program (SIG): $50,000 to $600,000
The NGB-R is a multimodal, 4D bioprinting system developed and designed specifically for tissue engineers, researchers, and biologists. Combining laser-assisted, micro-valve, and extrusion bioprinting, the NGB-R enables true versatility of bioprinting (from cells to spheroids) and offers the possibility of using a large number of biomaterials and hydrogels.
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The cost effective M-SeriesTM compact magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems have been designed and manufactured with the pre-clinical researcher in mind. These high-performance MRI systems provide powerful results without the cost, complexity, and technical burden of other systems on the market today.
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Intravital microscopy is a technique that enables you to directly observe the movement of live cells that make up living tissue in vivo. .
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High-End Instrumentation Grant Program (HEI): $600,001 to $2,000,000
The SuperArgus PET/CT incorporates state-of-the-art detectors and electronics as the latest evolution of the Argus PET/CT family of scanners.
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Aspect Imaging and Brightonix Imaging have partnered to provide the first truly simultaneous PET/MRI system utilizing the compact, permanent magnet, technology from Aspect Imaging.
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